Susanna Saroyan

Susanna Saroyan is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for New Economic Thinking and the Oxford Martin School. Her research interests include modeling and regulating climate and non-financial risks, and their impact on the systemic resilience of the financial system and the real economy. Susanna leads research on new stress-testing approaches and scenario analysis, aiming to capture complex macro-financial linkages and feedback effects, materialized through supply chains or carbon emissions.

Susanna holds a Ph.D. In Economics from the University of Toulouse and was awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship at the University of Zurich. Her broader research addresses policy-relevant issues focused on financial stability, credit risk, and liquidity risk, such as the impact of monetary policy and prudential reforms on money markets and bank-sovereign risk ties.

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